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Recommendation of a good systematic particle physics book

  1. Jul 9, 2013 #1
    Hi,

    Can anybody, please, recommend a good systematic particle physics book?
    I graduated physics and now I'm doing a PhD in astroparticle physics, but I am not satisfied with the particle physics knowledge "gathered" so far. I didn't like the lectures from my professor at university -they were always confusing to me :/ so, now, I would like to give a second chance to particles :)
    can you recommend something good, systematic, with the foundations in experiments and good connection with cosmology/astroparticle physics....I am also looking for links of other lectures, articles....anything qualitative is good and will be useful!
     
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